ASEAN Rubber Business Council (ARBC)
1992-10-23 Jakarta Indonesia
Founded 23 Oct 1992, Jakarta (Indonesia). Previously known as ASEAN Rubber Business Club, until upgraded into a Council under current title, 1 Jan 2005.
Establish closer rapport through exchanges of market information; consult and discuss common trade practices; monitor progress and development of the industry in member countries; foster closer coordination, cooperation and goodwill between private sector amongst member organizations.
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Assembly (twice a year); Executive Committee; Rotating Chairmanship (every 2 years); Committees (5); Permanent Secretariat in Malaysia, headed by Secretary-General.
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